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. here's jon fortt of san jose. this is a test of staying competitive post steve jobs. what are you hearing? >> reporter: absolutely. we expect it to be 8 inches, bigger than the smaller competitors like the google nexus 7, the amazon kindle fire and the barnes & noble nook to take on apple and the tablet category at 200 bucks. closer to $300 or closer to $200 to compete with them? this's the question. >> real quickly, jon, anymore bells and whistles added to it? what else does it offer? >> reporter: that's the key announcements we could see about. you never know. it's a longer event than probably just to announce one thing. >> all right. think like to keep everybody waiting for attention. jon fortt reporting live from san jose, thank you so much. appreciate it. >>> we are keeping our eyes on wall street for you right now. arrows red across the board after weak reports that have come in. take the shot full and show you what we are watching right now. the dow down by 244 points, dropped after the opening bell. >>> up next, waging war for the women's vote. and then where the race goes
, anne, jon, thank you both for joining us. the drop from 8.1 to 7.8 sounds like a pretty large drop. mitt romney argues it's because of all the people that have stopped looking. but is romney in a bind, because he can no longer use the argument that the unemployment rate hasn't gone below 8% under president obama. >> and he's also in a bind, because there are many experts now who are saying it's not because of the people who have stopped looking. there were some past months where the numbers were revised upwards. so these look like some real improvements. in past months, we've been very cautious, and of course the white house is always very cautious when the numbers come out to not overstate the case. but i think you're right about the big point, which is the 8% threshold has been an important one for republicans for quite some time. and president obama has gotten below that. and if it continues, this is going to be an important talking point for the president. and there are some who believe that -- and there's some evidence to suggest -- after labor day, it's very hard for people t
numbers. >> that was jon stewart in comedy central taking on those who questioned last week's drop in unemployment. the narrative of cooking the books. we heard it over and over. well that's going to wrap things up for me. thanks for your time. see you back here tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. eastern. joining me sean spicer, ron fournier, the journal editor in teach and jimmy williams and hogan gibbly. "now" with alex wagner is coming your way next. hi, alex. >> hey, thomas. radish stew. i'm kidding. something more than radish stew with 28 days to go team romney is etch a sketching the etch a sketch as the romney fortifies the wall of obfuscation. we will examine his latest recalibration. the obama camp gives it the bird. will the big bird strategy ruffle feathers in romney land. and degrade debate. who has the upper hand? ryan or sfwhooin this week's main event when "now" starts in a mere 180 seconds. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 let's talk about low-cost investing. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at schwab, we're committed to offering you tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 low-cost investment options-- tdd#: 1-800-345-2
, will join akin on the campaign trail today before branching out on their own. "the daily show's" jon stewart still getting a couple chuckles from the vice presidential debate and that's no malarkey. >> with all due respect that's a bunch of malarkey. >> with all due respect, that's a bunch of milalarkemalarkey. that's such a weird combination of gangster and old-timy irish colloquialism, like good fellas meets "the quiet man." hey, now, with all due respect, that's a bunch of milalarkemala. >> that wraps up things for me. i'll see you back here tomorrow at 11:00 eastern joining the show tomorrow, journalist carole simpson who moderated a town hall style debate in 1992, first one, megan mccain, ron reagan win join us and "washington post" glen kessler fact checking with tonight's debatep. "now" with alex wagner is next. alex, no malarkey, right? >> all malarkey. on this hour. richard, it is halftime in america at the debates as president obama hopes for an act two rebound, governor romney hopes to build on the big mo. will the delayed 47% strategy work and what can we expect from mitt unplugg
line because it's clear he was responding to what was being used by jon stewart. did the shifting stories in the wake of the benghazi attack, did that damage the president? are reasons for the shift lost on voters? >> i think governor romney was exposed on this during the debate. the fact is that he went out and made a political statement while the situation was still developing abroad once again at the debate this week he had his facts wrong. we should do what ambassador stevens' father asked us to do. allow the investigation to proceed. get to the bottom of this and find out what happened and who perpetrators were and bring temt to justice. that's what the president is doing. it will come out that governor romney hasn't outlined specific plans of his own. the fact is he hasn't outlined a plan to end the war in afghanistan. he criticized the president for saying we would have troops home by the end of 2014. he said he would have left 10,000 to 20,000 troops in iraq. i don't think what the american people want are endless wars. and the fact is governor romney hasn't provided plans
the apology. >> jon stewart noticed something after watching the debate. >> i congratulate him on taking out osama bin laden. drones are being used in drone strikes and i support that entirely and feel the president was right. i want to underscore the same point the president made. i felt the same as the president did. i supported his action there. absolutely the right thing to do to have crippling sanctions. >> i think romney's leaning obama. >> a little late night fun at the candidate's expense. a little more time to go. that's going to wrap things up for me. see you tomorrow. "now" with alex wagner is coming up for the next hour. hi, alex. >> hey, thomas. as the republican vice presidential nominee prepares for a late stage speech on poverty and upward mobility, can he relace memories of his budget policy, michael steele, michael bernstein and heather magee will weigh in. the des moines register released new comments from the president on this subject. my celebrity doppelganger luke russert joins us for a peek over the fiscal cliff. an idea of american exceptionalism bad for political dis
on late night tv since march. he's not doing cool interviews with jon stewart and any other folks you kids enjoy so much. why not? what do you think gives there? >> i think that he is trying to reach the young voters in other ways. just yesterday his wife anne stopped in gainesville. i got to meet with her. he's letting his message sink in other ways. he is focusing more on the economy. i think this is a message reaching students without having to go through mtv and leno. he is reaching them in other ways. he is active on the social media. the campaign is in general. i think he's reaching voters still. >> really quickly here, just five, ten seconds from each of you. a lot has been made of enthusiasm among young voters. billy, i assume this is your first time being able to vote? >> this is my first time voting for president, yes. >> are you as enthusiastic as you think some folks were four years ago who are your age? >> i'm incredibly enthusiastic. talking about the work that goes into getting students out to vote on campus, it's all worth it in the end. the type of progress we've seen the
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